Not sure how many of you still spend money on purchasing bookmark but below unusual fake food bookmarks might make you want to spend some money? Coming in 8 different varieties, bacon, salmon, fried egg, each of them looks more lifelike than the next. It is kindly interesting to make people think since you couldn’t find a bookmark, you decided to stick a slab of bacon, fried salmon or an egg in-between your pages.
They’re sold through the quirky online shop Tokyo Kitsch and retail for between 1,080 yen (10 USD) and 1,620 yen (15 USD), depending on the style.
It probably is not possible to re-paint their toenail everyday for most of girls, however it is definitely not a problem to change their tights everyday. Based on that fact, Belle Maison (a Japanese company) invented a series of stockings come with a variety of pre-painted colors and designs toenails that are said to suit every occasion. From stripes and polka dots to tiny hearts and shells, there are so many options and you can change them whenever you want (as long as you have the extra tights at hand). So next time you’re thinking of decorating your toenails, leave the polish on the shelf and pick up a pair of pre-painted tights instead. They’re cheaper than a pedicure and they last longer too. The only backwards is they gone when you took off your tights. But if you only want to show off it in daytime, they should fulfil all your needs.
This magical oasis of foxiness is called Zao Fox Village, and it’s located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture where 100 animals and 6 different types of foxes romp and play together. For 100 yen (or about 85 US cents), visitors are provided with food, but because the foxes are not domesticated, they are cautioned against hand-feeding them or bringing small children.
Foxes are popular creatures in Japanese folktales and lore, and many of us may be interested in the history and culture behind these foxes. However, the main reason to visit Fox Village is that they are just so darn cute. What do you think about this village? It might be good place for visitor, but for foxes, I am kindly feeling sorry.
1. Image credits: Piccolist
A 10 by 10 meters mosaic of Vincent Van Gogh’s famous self-portrait, made out of 2070 polo shirts using 24 different colors, is now on display in the lobby of the Marunouchi Building, near Tokyo Station.